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  • How to Feed Your Bones

    Your bones are constantly changing due to a process called remodeling. To build strong, healthy bones when you are young — and to keep them strong and healthy as you…

  • How to Know if Your Bones Are at Risk

    Osteoporosis is known as the “silent thief” because you might not know you have the disease until you break a bone. Osteoporosis makes your bones brittle and weak, so something…

  • Taking Charge of Your Bone Health

    Are you at risk for bone loss and fractures? To answer that question, let’s go back to when you were a kid. What We Know If you followed bone-healthy recommendations…

  • Calcium and Vitamin D Requirements

    As new scientific research emerges, recommendations change. We are now rethinking how much calcium and vitamin D is needed for good bone health. There is increasing evidence that too much…

  • About Vitamin D

    Research indicates that a sufficient blood level of this hormone, vitamin D, is associated with fewer deaths from heart disease; breast, colon, and prostate cancer; hypertension, and the autoimmune conditions…

  • Reading a nutrition label is no easy task! There are many components that are important to check: Serving size — Serving sizes are standardized to make it easier to compare…

  • Nutrients For Bone Health

    Many nutrients play a role in bone health. Some nutrients have scientifically proven benefits, others may have benefits, but there is no research to back that up. Some nutrients are…

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